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... for the EU in Luxembourg, so is in the know. He is now retired and does the tour guiding part time. So that was a treat. We have also seen the Congregation Church, the Cathedral to the Virgin Mary and the Gella Fra (golden girl) memorial to the wars. We walked along the Corniche, which overlooks the Alzette river and some of the remnant fortifications of this city. We learn that Luxemburgers speak Luxembourghish, a German French variant , they also learn French and German, and ...
We left Sedan and ducked over to Luxembourg. We stopped just outside Luxembourg City in the small town of Hesperange. It was a short bus ride into the city through small villages. Luxembourg City centre is built up on the cliffs that drop into narrow valleys. It is made up of different areas including an old ...
... and observing Luxembourg city. I managed to not get stuck shopping at the shops and even got my cheesy souvenirs. Again, we were last on the bus. The motto of the day became take it slow and enjoy. I didn't care to see much of Luxembourg so I didn't walk fast and just enjoyed walking at a leisurely pace. On our way out, the Grand Duke's caravan passed us! I couldn't tell what car he was in but I saw him. Finally, the highlight of this tour is Bastogne, at least in my ...
... 8217; for Trier is Karl Marx. They have two houses on display that he lived in, and it is coming up to an anniversary of his birth, so there are red mini-statues of Karl all around the city.
Luxembourg was a little disappointing, in that the buildings weren’t as old or as grand as we had imagined. Like Amsterdam, the Palace in Luxembourg was originally the Town Hall, but as they were so grand in design, the ruling Kings requisitioned ...
In the 1800s, someone found the remains of a Roman Villa, a huge on. It has been recreated a few miles down the road as accurately as possible. With a 2nd or 3rd century gatehouse larger than two of our old terraced house, Roman baths in working order an painted walls, it was an impressive estate.